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DotA 2 is actually rebounding still. It was down as low as 450,000 players a few months back. It really hit a rut around the time PUBG was getting big, and is just starting to get back to where it was recently.Dota 2 is currently (again) the most played steam game with around 1 mil peak players. At its height it had 1.3 mil. Dota is not dying.
I mean, EA has a pretty big fanbase. Origin may not have had as many users as Steam, but it's not like EA is a relative unknown--they're one of the largest names in the Gaming industry. It's important to note, by "50 million players", I believe they mean they have evidence 50 million people have tried the game. I would say it's entirely likely at least that many have tried DotA, but what is important is regular users and player retention. League of Legends liked to tout their "unique account" number as their player count, but once it stopped increasing they stopped reporting it and now don't comment on player counts, and have no method of tracking player activity.apex legends has 50 million players... and its EA... not a huge fanbase like steam. ---- so dying is a relative term when you look at numbers.